Sarmiento Suites Apartment Hotel
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... with the exception of me of course as I was busy trying to impress Sirius and Elaine who was being the class nerd too!!!) We also kept asking if we could have breaks to get Mc Donalds!!! The tour consisted of 7 or 8 stops and was less than 4 hours long. The route was all flat too and the pace was nice and leisurly so it was surprisingly very enjoyable even with hangovers. We werent given helmets which was a bit weird seeing that we were cycling on roads and cycle paths next to ...
... in the Galapagos and have talked nearly every day since. I had to wait in her office while she attended to patients and the first dog that came in was like a black version of my Aunt Ronnie's dog, Bailey. It was so surreal to be here. When she finished work, we headed to Vidala's little (but very nice) apartment and I had the best shower of my entire trip. We also got some food which was one of the best meals of my trip as well. Argentina ...
... we got to watch some typical Latin American music in a square...not a bad hangover cure! That evening we went in search for some good Argentinian steak...all you can eat buffet with a bottle of wine each, definitely a good choice! We decided a great way to discover the city was by bike, so joined by Adam and Eliot we joined a tour. Safe to say I was like Bambie on ice when I first started, definitely rusty! But soon got in the swing of ...
... Aires, the heat was extraordinary. We ate dinner at a roadside restaurant in Palermo and were curious about the hand carts we saw young men pushing, piled up with what looked like rubbish. Whatever they were doing, it seemed very gruelling work.
We were also glad to hear that Sue Statter had won the Bolsover by-election and raised a glass to her.
... Good thing because it was HUGE! Today we bid farewell to Mendoza. Luckily we had a late afternoon flight so we were able to take our time packing and getting ready. We even fit in some pool time and a final wine tasting. For lunch we stumbled upon a local bakery. There were baskets fill a variety of breads which are used for all their sandwiches. They also had an equally as large selection of pastries. Since we had two suitcases and two cases of wine for our luggage we ...